The first-possible physical measurements in our universe happen in labs like CERN (Geneva, Switzerland). Estimates of the ionic radius involved in their heavy ion collisions range from 30-to-300 picometers or approximately 3.9077×10^{-11 }meters at the 81st notation to 3.12618×10^{-10 }meters at the 84th notation. It appears that the collider measurements are within the scale of the 67th notation (2.38509×10^{-15} meters), the 66th notation (1.19254×10^{-15} meters) yet some say down as small as 1.16459×10^{-18} meters at the 56th notation. These and the other numbers in the 200+ columns are real numbers, all multiples of the Planck base units. See more…

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